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can I get help to solve a algebra problem

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  1. anonymous
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    yes

  2. anonymous
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    Find the y-intercept and the x-intercept for the equation. 4x + 5y=100 what is the y-intercept? (type an ordered pair.) what is the x-intercept? (type an ordered pairs

  3. anonymous
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    so the x intercept is 25 n y intercept is 20 ...that is (25,20)

  4. anonymous
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    the first answer is to t is 25 n and the y t is 20

  5. anonymous
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    what is the n for

  6. anonymous
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    i'm sorry there's no 'n" there it was just an "&"

  7. anonymous
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    Oh k the answer for y is 20 and x is 25 that's it

  8. anonymous
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    x-intercept = 25 & y-intercept=20

  9. anonymous
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    yeah thats all

  10. anonymous
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    Oh k the answer for y is 20 and x is 25 that's it

  11. anonymous
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    can we work on another problem

  12. anonymous
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    you know the method , don't you?

  13. anonymous
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    yeah ..sure..lemme try

  14. anonymous
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    Find the corrdinates of the y-intercept and of the x- intercept for the line displayed on the right. type an ordered pair.) what is the x intercept? type the order pair.

  15. anonymous
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    which line? displayed on the right?

  16. anonymous
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    may i know what is the line?

  17. anonymous
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    6 I do not know how to write these graphs and lines I am so confuse

  18. anonymous
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    its a red line running from under the x on the right hand side

  19. amistre64
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    if there is a picture of it; the x-intercept is where the line cross the x-axis; and the y-intercept is where the line crosses the y-axis.

  20. anonymous
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    yes..exactly..gabrieal, just look at the point where the line touches both the axes, those are the intercepts

  21. anonymous
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    the top is 6 y to the bottom is -6 now the x across at the bottom of axis is 6 from the right and obove the left on the y

  22. anonymous
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    they are no in the middle of the 0 starting point but 6 axis to 6 y

  23. amistre64
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    if I understand you correctly; you say that the line touches the x axis at x=6; and the line touches the y xis at y=-6?

  24. anonymous
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    yes

  25. anonymous
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    it is diangle

  26. anonymous
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    the line is touching the graph at 2 points , am i right? then they are 6 & -6

  27. anonymous
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    6 on x(right side) and -6 on y(upwards)

  28. anonymous
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    is it that way?

  29. amistre64
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    y-intercept = (0,-6); x-intercept = (6.0). If we understand you correctly

  30. anonymous
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    which I could fax these graphs

  31. anonymous
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    hmm..the answer given by amistre64 is right, i guess , if the graph seems that way

  32. amistre64
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    good luck :)

  33. anonymous
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    yes

  34. anonymous
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    okay

  35. anonymous
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    Determine whether (6,3) is a solution of y= 6x -4 Is the point (6,3) a solution of the equation y = 6x - 4? yes or no

  36. amistre64
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    plug in x and y to solve :) 6(6)=36-4=32 which is not equal to 3

  37. anonymous
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    if the point (6,3) satisfies the given equation then it is a solution , that means, if 3=6(6)-4 then (6,3) is a solution..so in this case it is not so...and hence the point is not a solution :(

  38. anonymous
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    understood?

  39. anonymous
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    yes

  40. anonymous
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    good :)

  41. anonymous
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    the answer is no

  42. anonymous
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    was the point 6,3 a solution of the equation so the answer is no

  43. anonymous
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    are you there

  44. anonymous
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    determine whether (3,5) is a solution of the equation 4p-7q = 11? is it yes or no--------------

  45. amistre64
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    we have no way to determine the value of "p" or "q" with the given information.

  46. anonymous
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    to find the solution of a given equation when we have the points, just substitute those points in t e equation to find whether they satisfy the equation or not.If they do, then that is the solution else thats not.

  47. anonymous
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    hay i am getting thit

  48. anonymous
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    is the answer yes or not

  49. amistre64
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    If (3,5) is supposed to represent p nd q in some fashion then: 4(3) - 7(5) = 12 - 35 is not equal to 11 4(5) - 7(3) = 20 - 21 is not equal to 11. Either way, it doesnt seem to add up.

  50. anonymous
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    well the answer is no

  51. anonymous
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    A roof rises 2.1 feet vertically and 11 feet horizontally.What is the grade of the roof? the grade of the roof is ----------% round to the nearest percent as needed.

  52. amistre64
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    if you have any new questions; please type them in the "ask a question" box so that they show up in the list for people to see. Thank you.

  53. anonymous
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    A roof rises 2.1 feet vertically and 11 feet horizontally.What is the grade of the roof? the grade of the roof is ----------% round to the nearest percent as needed.

  54. anonymous
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    I answer a question above waiting for an response

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